GPGB Launches ROI Calculator on the Economics of Office Plants
For employers, healthy offices can improve employee satisfaction, decrease absenteeism, and reduce turnover. Millennials, who will soon become the largest workforce cohort, overwhelmingly desire healthy workplaces – 78% believe workplace quality is a deciding factor in a job search, with 69% willing to trade other benefits for better workplaces.
Workers in office environments with natural elements, such as greenery and sunlight report a 15% higher level of well-being, are 6% more productive, and are 15% more creative.
Calculate the ROI at your facility and see how office plants return BIG on your investment!
GPGB depends on the work of volunteers to carry out our strategic initiatives and fulfill our mission. Serving on a committee is a rewarding experience and an opportunity for personal and professional growth. If you can make a minimum two-year commitment, the industry needs people like YOU! We are actively looking for committee members and Board members who are passionate about biophilia.
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All are driven by our Strategic Plan. Interested in a committee? Please complete the Committee Nomination form below and submit to Janice Goodman and Jenn Kerr by December 9th.
GPGB President Jan Goodman with Cityscapes and her Plant Truck were featured in People Magazine’s Article: Meet the Kindest People in America – Good Samaritans Making Their Communities – and the World – a Better Place. Read More.
Parker Interior Plantscape Inc won the Green Roof & Wall Award of Excellence at the Cities Alive 2022 Conference for their collaboration with EcoWalls on the Drexel University Living Wall. The five-story living wall was reconfigured to feature 161 hydroponic panels, with 42 plants per panel, that can be watered with a micro drip irrigation system using less water than before. Organized both by watering needs and visual cues, these panels are now arranged in an interwoven and colorful pattern to showcase the beauty of the 6,762 plants from 26 different species and cultivars on display.
The desire to be connected with nature never ends. Having a biophilic design fulfills that want and desire of being connected to nature even indoors. Look at this wonderful vertical garden using the columns in the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco. Credit: Contemporist
Transurban in Brisbane, Australia wanted their office to have a fine mixture of technology and a grand biophilic design, that encouraged more communication, collaboration, and community. This design has enhanced the staff’s wellbeing and streamlined technology and a culture of innovation. Credit: Officelovin
The objective behind this biophilic design was to join two distinctive offices together and make them as one. They wanted their clients to be impressed by the designs, but also to keep the same harmony in the office. With the right balance of spaces, natural materials, and features this company was able to provide a great working environment with a wow effect! Credit: Office Snapshots
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